Features of spinning hollow fibres from polycarbosilane

T. M. Getmanyuk, A. L. Yarin, I. M. Velikanova, L. P. Braverman, R. G. Papernik

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Abstract

Various process variables affecting the melt spinning of hollow polycarbosilane fibres are discussed. These include: fibre tension, solidification length, changes in tensile stresses along the threadline, temperature, wall thickness, radius, and spinning speed.

Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 1989

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    Getmanyuk, T. M., Yarin, A. L., Velikanova, I. M., Braverman, L. P., & Papernik, R. G. (1989). Features of spinning hollow fibres from polycarbosilane. [No source information available].